All our Therapists believe in a 'hands-on' approach when treating and with emphasis on achieving prevention of injuries. As a result all of the team endeavour to provide self-management strategiesspecific to each individual patient's goals for optimum results. We believe it is essential to assess and treat the whole body as where the pain is, isn't always the cause of the problem.
Summit Physio is a sports injury and physiotherapy company that specialises in helping and rehabilitating people who have movement problems. Our aim is to treat the cause not just the injury. We haveassembled a team of dedicated, highly-educated and friendly musculoskeletal specialist clinicians who share one thing in common: a drive to achieve excellence in their field, providing the most effective and unobtrusive physical and emotional support in the healthcare industry.
Since 1981 the clinic has developed and grown on its reputation for quality of service, value for money and truthfulness. The majority (90%) of patients are recommended by family or friends. Patientshave returned year on year with new problems and in turn send their children. All our Physios are fully HPC registered and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy CSP.
Sheila started in practice in 1980 and set up the clinic at its current location in 1987. Initially practising in Remedial Massage, she progressed onto studying manipulative therapy and osteopathy.Sheila successfully became a Registered Physiotherapist in 2004. Sheila is a registered provider of treatment with BUPA and HSA.
Football, the physical requirements for a striker are completely different to the requirements for a mid-field player, so the training must reflect the roles that each player undertakes within thegame. Rugby, the physical requirements for a prop forward are completely different to those of a winger, so the training must reflect the roles that each player undertakes within the game.
We are a team of experienced highly qualified, professional Chartered Physiotherapists based just off the M61 motorway near Chorley. We offer expert assessment and treatment of sports and soft tissueinjuries, back and neck problems and neurological conditions. Treatments available include: Manipulation, traction, specific exercises, massage, acupuncture and various electrotherapy modalities, including deep heat and ultrasound, ergonomic and postural advice, Pilates classes and injection therapy.
Bolton Physio are a team of highly experienced musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapists. Musculoskeletal physiotherapists specialise in muscular and joint problems and neurologicalphysiotherapists specialise in disorders affecting the brain and spinal cord. Our physiotherapists have a passion and desire for you recover as quickly as possible. Assessment is individual and our physiotherapists use a combination of treatment methods to meet your specific problems and goals.
Jonathan specialises in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and has a clinical interest in shoulder pathologies. Jonathan is accredited to treat TASS Athletes (Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme) fromover 24 sports and has been the physiotherapist for the GB Womens Water Polo squad, the GB Badminton team and the GB Bobsleigh team. Jonathan has completed an MSc research project into the 'Efficacy of Pre-Operative Physiotherapy for Rotator Cuff Surgery'.
Our aim is to treat your symptoms and look at the cause and Biomechanics behind it to prevent it from happening again. The pain and discomfort of a sports injury or poor working posture can bedebilitating for many. The demands and stress of work or sporting competition are challenging enough without having to hold an injury. Now, there is no need to suffer. Your health and well being is crucial to your success, and we aim to get you "back on the road" or "back at the desk" as soon as possible.
Congratulations to Kieran Carr for winning March's Runner of the Month award at Clayton Harriers Running Club. Kieran was nominated for his outstanding perfomance and finishing 1st place in the M70category at the Flower Scar Fell Run in Todmorden. Cycling has seen a massive boom over the last few years, with the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Tour de France coming to these shores last year having a huge effect, along with the Bike to Work Scheme.